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Takom 1/35 V2 Rocket

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It looks fantastic!

For extra interest, consider adding a small colourful ball against the base; as if it's rolled off into the woods and your Boy has chased it there, only to make his wonderful discovery... To add colour and tell a story.

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Cool idea......harv

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2 hours ago, Wumm said:

It looks fantastic!

For extra interest, consider adding a small colourful ball against the base; as if it's rolled off into the woods and your Boy has chased it there, only to make his wonderful discovery... To add colour and tell a story.

and then....blast offffff !!!!! :)

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Used panel line was all over and sealed it all in wirh a flat coat. 

I used different shades if green to show these rockets were often transported in sections on trains and then trucks. They were hidden in the woods and assembled in the field. 

Started using variaous shades of pencils for highlights and light chipping.

also ordered a nameplate to show tge location this V2 was discovered by the young boy. 

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Nice paintjob, that's the way to keep a monochrome surface from looking boring.

Cheers Rob

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On 4/7/2019 at 11:31 PM, Wumm said:

It looks fantastic!

For extra interest, consider adding a small colourful ball against the base; as if it's rolled off into the woods and your Boy has chased it there, only to make his wonderful discovery... To add colour and tell a story.

Hi Wumm!

Great idea! Just drew up a ww2  era leather soccer ball and sent it out for 3D printing.

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Just remember to weather them very well.....harv

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4 minutes ago, harv said:

Just remember to weather them very well.....harv

Weather my balls? Well ofcourse!

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:rofl: O was gonna say that, butt........harv

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And how do you know this James????.....harv

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Probably something to do with drag...

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Thnx guys! Thats useful info once my balls are 3d printed!

Started adding depth and scratches woth pencils. 

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4 hours ago, DocRob said:

Outstanding Jeroen, I second Cees on the V2 shard.

Cheers Rob

3rd

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